The 66-year-old Democrat is already in prison for another conviction related to taking bribes from government contractors, The (Nashville) Tennessean reported.
U.S. District Judge Todd Campbell sentenced Ford to a total of 19 years: 14 for wire fraud and five for concealing facts. He will serve only 14 because the terms will be served concurrently.
Ford's sentence will begin after he finishes the 5 1/2-year sentence he began serving in April.
Federal prosecutor David Rivera said while Ford was lining his pockets, he owed more than $30,000 in back child support.
"I hope (this sentence) goes a long way toward restoring the strength of the public's confidence in government," Rivera was quoted by the newspaper as saying.
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